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ERIC Number: EJ1165243
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2018
Pages: 12
Abstractor: As Provided
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ISSN: ISSN-1913-9020
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"Kalosara" Revitalization as an Ethno-Pedagogical Media in the Development of Character of Junior High School Students
Anwar; Suardika, I. Ketut; Mursidin, T.; Suleiman, Abdul Rauf; Syukur, Muhammad
International Education Studies, v11 n1 p172-183 2018
The aims of the research are (1) to identify types of character through "kalosara" revitalization as an ethno-pedagogical media in social sciences (IPS) learning at junior high school (SMP), (2) to develop strategy of "kalosara" revitalization as an ethno-pedagogical media in the development of characters of students, and (3) to develop a model of student character education through "kalosara" revitalization in IPS learning in SMP as an ethno-pedagogical media. The research is conducted through naturalistic approach. The research subjects are social science teachers at the junior high school, junior high school principals, and local public figures. Data collection is conducted at SMP Negeri 1 Wawotobi representing a heterogenous student group. Data was collected qualitatively using domain and taxonomy analysis models. Research result indicates that: (a) there are 74 values identified and distributed in 18 types of character that can be developed through "kalosara" revitalization as an ethno-pedagogical media in social sciences learning in junior high school, (b) "kalosara" revitalization strategy, as an ethno-pedagogical media in the development of characters, is conducted in form of integration in each theme and sub-theme in the syllabus of social sciences subject, (c) The character education development model through "kalosara" values as an ethno-pedagogical media indicates that there are three strengths of the model, i.e.: it elevates the local culture into national culture, it is a scientific model, and it is easy to understand and implement by teachers and students.
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
Education Level: Junior High Schools
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Indonesia
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